A Polish family and their Jewish and Ukrainian neighbors are transported deep into Siberia when their homeland is incorporated into Soviet Union in 1939.
A young blind man envisions the landscape through which he walks and takes a similarly afflicted woman under his wing. They venture into the beautiful and perilous streets of Lisbon.
Three entrepreneurs are unjustly accused of organized crime. Based on real events.
When a young hitchhiker joins a couple on a weekend yacht trip, psychological warfare breaks out as the two men compete for the woman’s attention.
2014 poster competition winner
Celeste Caliri wins the 2014 Seattle Polish Film Festival poster competition. Congratulations to Celeste!
Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema
We are excited to announce a partnership with Northwest Film Forum in bringing to Seattle Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema. A selection of 21 restored classic Polish films curated by Martin Scorsese.
Eight critically acclaimed films, including Pharaoh, Mother Joan of Angels and Eroica will screen at Northwest Film Forum July 7-10. Additional classics of Polish cinema will be shown in the week before the 22nd Annual Seattle Polish Film Festival on October 6-9.
Visit Northwest Film Forum website for details about the first selection of films and stay tuned for updates on the other films by signing up for our newsletter.
Read about this unique project in this NPR story "Martin Scorsese Takes Poland's Communist-Era Art Films On The Road"